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The Abstract Show

Starts Saturday 9th April

The Abstract Show
Starts Saturday 9th April
Featuring the work of Rowdy, Michelle Townsend, James Jones, Rhoda Baker and Juraj Prodaj
At Clifton Fine Art, 8 Perry Road, Bristol, BS1 5BQ

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Expect Sculpture, Fine Art, Printmaking & Graffiti for this triennial show compiled by Rowdy. Music wise anything from Dub to Rockabilly to Funk.

The last event certainly had a festive feel to it. Newcastle’s GMC ( Mudfoot Blaps, Notorious D.A.V.E, DJ ADS & Rick Fury) are no strangers to the City and will be spinning a wide range of tunes whilst ADS & Rick Fury enlighten us with their brand of thoughtful Toon Party Hip Hop. Make sure you catch Kim Brulee seeing is believing. Kabs & Onist have so much vinyl your house might subside if you had them round, so whatever they cram in will be slamming.

Mau Mau’s  enviro-political spectrum address’s the plight of our own British Wildlife, why are we allowing so many Badgers to be slaughtered? Are Seagulls really that bad?

Mudwig is a stand alone creature somewhat of an enigma, whatever he leaves at The farm will leave it’s viewers somewhat bemused and Victorianised. Dr Seuss’s own little prodigy right there. Sam Lindup’s current practice explores mass consumerism,mass production and how, as humans we are driven to continue to create more. More tools,more pleasing design,more choice and ultimately,more stuff. Even Clifton Fine Arts own Tom White is checking in on this one.

The event is very much Child friendly with A.P.E Project offering the chance to make and take Art, plus they have a bike powered sound system. This is a free event, which is amazing given the entertainment provided.powered sound system. This is a free event, which is amazing given the entertainment provided.

WHERE? The Farm Pub, St Werburghs, Bristol, BS2 9LY
WHEN? Event takes place on 10.10.15 from 1pm to 12.30am…. Exhibit runs to 5.10.15

Exhibition – 6th March – 4th April 2015

From 6th March 2015 Bristol artists Tom White, a fine artist known for his urban scenes of the city’s pubs, bridges and graffiti and Rowdy, a graffiti artist known for literally painting the streets of Bristol come together in a joint show at Clifton Fine Art. Gallery manager, Varosha said “This exhibition is an exciting prospect as it reflects the diversity of Bristol’s Art Scene.”
Clifton Fine Art, 8 Perry Road, Bristol, BS1 5BQ


September 18th 2014


30 JUNE – 11 JULY 2014
Burning Candy Sweet Store

30 JUNE – 11 JULY 2014

Do the men and women behind Burning Candy make street art or graffiti?

It probably doesn’t matter what box one might try to put them in; what matters is that this crew gets up indoors and outdoors, and that they have, in a few short years, transformed the international landscapes from London, Bristol, Barcelona, Turin, New York and Miami to name a few, with everything from tags and pieces to posters and massive commissioned murals.

Burning Candy

The members of Burning Candy, even the older ones, belong to a new generation of writers, a generation that values lettering as much as characters. They admire the great writers, like Blade, as much as the old masters of the fine arts, like Michelangelo. They also recognise that graffiti is advertising, and so they use logos in their work.

Not only do the members of Burning Candy get up, but their logos also strengthen the recognition of their names inside and outside of the graffiti community. It seems as if almost everyone in London and Bristol knows Burning Candy even if they don’t know they know.

Curated by James Jessop, Burning Candy 2014 is the first in a series of bi-annual curated shows at Leeds College of Art utilising the studio spaces in Vernon Street.

A catalogue will be available.